WiHM: women writing horror

As I am working on compiling a third list of black women in horror writing for February 2014, I am very excited to see so many bloggers and people on social media helping to put the word out about the lists, and helping to get black female horror writers on the radar. I’m going to start reblogging some of the articles that link back to the original post, like Nichole DeGennaro’s WiHM blog post below…

Nicole DeGennaro's blog

February is Women in Horror Recognition Month! So my posts this month are going to highlight this topic in some way.

First, I would be remiss not to mention that the anthology The Grotesquerie from Mocha Memoirs Press, which contains my story “The River”, was released specifically in honor of WiHM and features only women authors. I’m thrilled to be a part of this anthology, so please buy a paperback or Kindle copy and support WiHM. Or, if your finances are tight this month (I totally understand!), at  least  check  out  some  of  my  fellow  authorswebsites  to  learn  more  about  them! They’re all awesome and impressive.

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~ by Sumiko Saulson on February 7, 2014.

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